Men's Golf - Archives 2014-15
As the fall schedule nears, probably time to remember @ASUMensGolf never had their expected five able to play the same tournament last year.
As if he hadn't already, Arizona State golfer Jon Rahm proved once and for all why he could be, should be, and is considered one of the best amateur golfers in the country. Rahm solidified that mark at the 2014 U.S. Amateur, taking down Rico Hoey from Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. in the Round of 32 by a score of 3 & 2 on Thursday, before falling to Corey Connors of Canada, 3 & 1.
Jon Rahm was down three holes just four holes in, but two eagles led him to victory over 2014 Western Amateur champion Beau Hossler.
Five players at the U.S. Amateur had huge turnarounds from day one to day two. Jon Rahm was one of them.
Jon Rahm tees it up at the U.S. Amateur starting Monday at 1 p.m. ET in Atlanta.
He clinched the Palmer Cup. Now he is the 2014 Spanish Amateur Champion. Jon Rahm is en fuego...
What Sun Devil is the only Pacific Coast Amateur back-to-back champion in past 43 years?
Next season marks 25 years since Sparky won NCAA golf titles in the same season, the only school to do that in NCAA history.
What is 2009 All-American Scott Pinckney up to? The Salt Lake Tribune caught up with him...